What’s going on with Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, and Shia LaBeouf?


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Director Olive Wilde she created real drama for herself after her accusation that she dumped Shia LaBeouf of Don’t worry, dear were flagged as fake.

The actress-turned-director revealed va Variety cover story of LaBeouf, who was previously slated to play the character of Jack Don’t worry, dear — a role she later reprized with Harry Styles — was fired from the project in 2020. Wilde claimed that the reason was LaBeouf’s “combative energy” and an acting process that “didn’t lead to the ethos that I have since my production.”

“I say this as someone who is an admirer of his work,” she began. “His process did not lead to the ethos I require in my productions. He has a process that in some ways seems to require martial energy, and I personally don’t believe that leads to the best performances. I believe that creating a safe and trusting environment is the best way to get people to do their best work. Ultimately, it is my responsibility to the production and the actors to protect them. That was my job.”

At face value, Wilde’s criticism of LaBeouf felt very much in line with the actor’s less-than-savory history. Right around the time he was “fired”. Don’t worry, dearhe was also caught up in a serious domestic violence scandal with Grammy-nominated singer FKA Twigs, which led to him being sued by her.

However, shortly after the media picked up on Wilde’s cover story, LeBeouf disputed Wilde’s claim that she fired him. He said he was done. And he brought the evidence to prove it.

Shia LaBeouf has denied Olivia Wilde’s claims she dumped him Don’t worry, dear

here is a video of olivia telling shia that she wants to work it out and that if “miss flo” could “commit” more than what could happen.

please ignore that hashtag on the video i didn’t put there. pic.twitter.com/vAQPBqPRYE

— sophia (@hellopugh) August 26, 2022

“If lies are repeated enough in public, they become truth.”

Those were LaBeouf’s words in a lengthy email sent to Wilde after her release cover story. In the email he received VarietyLaBeouf claimed that he was not fired as she suggested, but instead quit because he was not given enough time to rehearse with the other actors.

Just to make sure nothing was disputed, he added screenshots of their text exchanges. After a one-on-one conversation between Wilde and LaBeouf, Wilde wrote to him, “Thank you for letting me see into your thought process. I know it’s not fun. It doesn’t feel good to say no to someone and I respect your honesty. I am honored that you were willing to go there with me so that I could tell the story with you. I’m desperate because it could have been something special. I want to make it clear how much it means to me that you trust me. That’s the gift I’ll take with me.”

In a video shared by LaBeouf (shown above), Wilde can even be seen begging LaBeouf to give the project another chance. Even more than it looked like he was throwing Florence Pugh under the bus.

Florence Pugh fans were not happy with Olivia Wilde’s condescending moniker for her

Horrific. Here, Miss Feminism is proudly promoting her film “woman leads, women’s pleasure”, yet she chooses to side with a known rapist, completely dismissing Florence Pugh’s discomfort with working alongside a rapist.

— court (@courtnahhhh) August 26, 2022

In her Variety Wilde claimed he was one of the reasons LaBeouf was fired Don’t worry, dear was so she could create a safe environment for Pugh. For that reason, fans were upset when they heard the condescending tone in which Wilde called Pugh “Miss Flo” and said that LaBeouf’s departure “might be a bit of a wake-up call” for her.

The video not only contradicts Wilde’s original claims that she fired LaBeouf, but also contradicts her previous argument that firing him was in Pugh’s best interest, which she substantiated in her cover story.

Besides, if Pugh were to see the video — which he undoubtedly will — hearing Wilde say that things could be worked out if Pugh “committed” and put his “mind and heart into it” must sting.

Apparently, there was a clear exchange of words between Wilde and LaBeouf, much of which seemed to be lost in translation, and unfortunately for Pugh, she was caught in the crossfire.

Below is the full email LaBeouf sent to Wilde following her now-controversial cover story.


I hope you find it inspiring, purposeful, fulfilling and well. I pray every night for you and your family to have health, happiness and all that God gives me. No joke, every night before bed.

I have a little girl, Isabel; she is five months old and just starting to develop the last half of her laugh; It’s amazing. Mia, my wife and I have found each other again and we are moving towards a healthy family with love and mutual respect.

I have embarked on a path that I find salvific and righteous (a dirty word, but appropriate). I am writing to you now with 627 days of sobriety and a moral compass that never existed before my great humiliation that was the last year and a quarter of my life. I reached out to you a few months ago to fix this; & I still pray that one day you can find the space in your heart to forgive me for the failed partnership we shared.

What inspired this email today is your most recent one Variety story. I am very honored by your words about my work; thank you, it was a good read. However, I’m a little confused about the story that I was fired. You and I both know the reasons for my departure. I left your film because your actors and I could not find time to rehearse. As a reminder, I’ve included screenshots of our text exchange that day and my text to Tobey.

I know you are starting your press run for DWD and that the news of my firing is attractive clickbait because I am still persona-non-grata and may remain so for the rest of my life. But when I talk about my daughter, I often think about the newspaper articles she will read when she is literate. And though I owe and will owe for the rest of my life, I only owe for my actions.

My failures with Twigs are fundamental and real, but they are not the narrative that has been presented. There is a time and place to deal with such things, and I try to navigate a nuanced situation with respect for her and the truth, which is why I have remained silent. But this situation with your movie and my being “fired” will never have a court date to deal with the facts. If lies are repeated enough in public, they become truth. And so it’s much harder for me to climb out of the hole I dug myself with my behavior to be able to support my family.

I never got fired, Olivia. And while I fully understand the appeal of pushing this story because of the current social environment, the social currency it brings. It’s not true. So I humbly request, as someone who is interested in fixing things, that you fix the narrative as best you can. I hope none of this affects you negatively and that your film is successful in every way you want it to be.

Every blessing to You,


Unfortunately, we as humble news outlets are never involved enough to know the ins and outs of such a scandal; the only three people who know the truth are Shia, Olivia, and—by extension—Florence.


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